TRAINING OF QUALIFIED SPECIALISTS IN THE PROCESS OF THEIR EDUCATION IN UNIVERSITY: THE ROLE OF THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

Talgat Uteubayev, Mariana Petrova, Irena Lyubenova

Abstract


This article is devoted to the problem of forming qualified specialists in the labor market during the process of their education in university. This article presents the mechanisms of integration of education and business on the basis of a public-private partnership with the identification of strategic objectives, directions, and expected results of interaction between the educational institution and employers' enterprises in the training of qualified specialists. The expected results of the interaction between the subjects of the public-private partnership based on the results of the implementation of organizational and educational support for the personality of the student, teacher, employer and the state as a whole are revealed. A scheme for organizing a resource center for the interaction between an educational institution and employers' enterprises, as well as the effectiveness of its creation. The new mechanism for the sustainable development of the higher education system should solve the following strategic tasks: expansion of educational and research activities of universities and other organizations of the higher education system on the basis of the development of scientific schools and practice; interaction of fundamental scientific research and university vocational education; strengthening of the connection between the practice-oriented and research components of the university; the introduction of a competence approach that allows the linking of professional competencies that meet modern realities and market requirements in order to achieve the goald of higher education; increasing the level of preparation of competitive human resources in demand for students of universities in the domestic labor market.


Keywords


human resources, qualified specialist, business, university, education, public-private partnership

Full Text:

PDF

References


Bishimbaev V. (2014). The success of innovation economy is determined by cadres. Kazakhstan's truth. 2014. - 11 July.

Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, National Center for Educational Statistics and Evaluation. Statistical collection. - Astana, 2016.

Kurmanov, N., Yeleussov, A., Aliyev, U., & Tolysbayev, B. (2015). Developing effective educational strategies in Kazakhstan. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(5), 54.

Kurmanov, N. A., Mutaliyeva, L. M., & Uteubayev, T. B. (2016A). Human Capital and Human Resources: problems of their effective use.// Bulletin of the University journal of Karaganda State University named after academician E. A. Buketov, ECONOMY Series, №3(83). – С. 28-33

Kurmanov, N., Tolysbayev, B., Aibossynova, D., & Parmanov, N. (2016B). Innovative activity of small and medium-sized enterprises in Kazakhstan and factors of its development. Економічний часопис-ХХІ, (158), 57-61.

Labunska Sv., Petrova M., Prokopishyna O. (2017). Asset and cost management for innovation activity. Economic Annals – XXI. VOLUME 165, ISSUE 5-6, Pages: 13-18. DOI: https://doi.org/10.21003/ea.V165-03

Nenkov, N; Dyachenko, Y; Petrova, M; Bondarenko, G; Pustovit, V. (2017B). Intelligent and Cognitive Technologies in Education of International Economic Relations Students and Human Resource Development in Enterprises: Methodology in Language. European Journal of Sustainable Development. Publisher: European Center of Sustainable Development, Rome, Italy, Vol 6, No.4, , pp.353-360, DOI: 10.14207/ejsd.2017.v6.n4.p353

Nenkov, N; Tasinov, T; Petrova, M. (2017A). Software system for document management at the Faculty to University, 4th International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on Social Sciences and Arts, SGEM 2017. Conference Proceedings, VOL V Science and Society. Book 3, Education & Educational Research, Pages: 457-464, DOI:10.5593/SGEMSOCIAL 2017/35/S13.060

Nenkov, N., Sushchenko, O., Dyachenko Y. (2017C) Role of chief information officer within the system of human resource development in the service organizations (tourism) // Economic Annals-ХХI. – Issue 5-6. – Vol. 165. – P. 97-103.

Pukała R., Adamisin P. (2015), Unit-linked life insurances where the investment risk is borne by the policy holder as an element of shaping household savings portfolios in Poland after the accession to the European Union, European Financial Systems 2015 of the 12-th International Scientific Conference, Masaryk Faculty of Economic and Administration Department and Institute for Financial Market, June 18-19, 2015, Brno, Czech Republic, pp. 458-465.

Uteubayev, T. (2016). Comparative Analysis of Human Development in Kazakhstan and other Eurasian Economic Union Countries. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Turkey, 2016. – Vol. 6, No. 4. – pp. 1419-1423

Uteubayev, T., & Petrova, M. (2017). The development of human potential in Kazakhstan’S innovation economy. Business Management, issue 4, Tsenov Academic Publishing House, Svishtov, 2017, pp.75-89

Yeleussov, A., Kurmanov, N., & Tolysbayev, B. (2015). Education quality assurance strategy in Kazakhstan. Actual Problems of Economics (2), 142-150.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12955/cbup.v6.1203

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Print ISSN 1805-997X, Online ISSN 1805-9961

(c) 2018 CBU Research Institute s.r.o.

For more information on the conference visit cbuic.cz